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Languedoc-Roussillon tourist informationwhere to go - what to see - what to do
The two separate provinces of Languedoc and Roussillon were merged in the 1960's to form this region.....stretching from the base of the Pyrenees to the Rhone delta.
Rich in history, with the Roman great amphitheatre in Nimes and the impressive Pont du Gard aqueduct.
The numerous Cathar sites and restored medieval city of Carcassonne indicates the region's dramatic history.
- The Pont du Gard - a magnificent 2,000-year-old Roman aqueduct which is the highest bridge the Romans ever made. Swim under the bridge for the best views!
- Carcassonne - a turreted fortress that was at the centre of numerous religious conflicts. A good introduction to the history of the Cathars who made the city their stronghold.
- Grotte de Clamouse & St-Guilhem-le-Désert - the Grotte de Clamouse, one of the most impressive caves in the area, then onto St-Guilhem, often voted the prettiest village in France with its abbey and pottery shops.
- Cevennes National Park - the second largest national park in France, - a walker's paradise with cross-country skiing on Mont Aigoual in winter and horse riding in the summer.
Le Vieux Castillon
( Hotel )
10 rue Turion Sabatier Castillon-du-Gard 30210
Le Vieux Castillon is located in the heart of a small medieval village, just between Nīmes and Avignon, close to the famous P...
La Bastide Cabezac
( Hotel )
18/20 Hameau De Cabezac Bize-Minervois 11120
La Bastide Cabezac is situated between between the plains of Narbonne and the causes of the Minervois and the Montagne Noir....
Patio De Violette
( Hotel )
Quartier Mayac Lieu Dit La Perrine Uzes 30700
The hotel is set in quiet surroundings, close to the city centre and features modern architecture and a patio decorated with ...